Fraud Mitigation Techniques


Our Card-Not-Present (CNP) Fraud Mitigation Techniques white paper provides in-depth information regarding several Fraud Mitigation techniques.  These techniques are now categorized by use case, channel, and stakeholder for each. The objective is to allow you learn more easily about the techniques that meet your needs.

The fraud mitigation techniques were compiled and written by payments industry leaders with a wide array of perspectives and expertise, and as more data becomes available, this page will grow. All information can be filtered using the box selections below, which will direct you to specific documentation regarding your selection.  This documentation contains information on the selected technique, including applicability to the various channels, use cases, stakeholders, technical features and risks plus links to sources for further reading.

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